Pizza maffia vertelt het verhaal van Ibrahim en zijn neef Illias. Iedereen kent ze als Bram en Haas, de twee snelste koeriers van pizzeria Novara. De twee jongens zijn onafscheidelijk. Elke avond racen ze op hun scooter door de stad en halen de bruutste stunts uit om als eerste bij de klant te zijn. De pizzeria is eigendom van Brams vader, maar sinds hij met een hernia thuis zit, runt oom Faris de tent. Faris, de vader van Haas, is een geboren pizzabakker en de bestellingen vliegen dan ook de deur uit. Toch blijken de inkomsten tegen te vallen. De vader van Bram verdenkt zijn broer ervan dat hij geld achterhoudt. Als hij hem hiermee confronteert, ontstaat er een heftige ruzie en Faris vertrekt. Tot op het bot gekrenkt begint de trotse Faris vervolgens zijn eigen pizzeria, aan de overkant van het plein. Binnen no-time breekt er tussen de twee pizzeria?s een ware pizza-oorlog uit, waarin alles en iedereen wordt meegesleept.
Writer:Khalid Boudou (book), Simon de Waal (screenplay), Luuk van Bemmelen (screenplay)
Bram is very good friends with his cousin Haas. Faris, Haas' uncle, manages the pizzeria of Brams father. After Brams father and Faris get into conflict with each other, Faris decides to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Coralie R (us) wrote: What starts as a serial killer movie, soon becomes the revenge story the title hints at. The plot is nicely paced, the actors do a decent job with the material, but some scenes are squeamishly hard to watch which could turn many viewers off. What ultimately let's the movie down is the lack of believability. It's ok for a violent, action movie but won't be on anyone's favourite list.
jacob c (fr) wrote: Well this proves Sylvester Stallone is losing his voice. This movie is pretty much telling us moves directed by an actor can be good. A movie to sit back with your popcorn and have a good time.
intuciic (gb) wrote: pretty interesting and tensed for horror movie
Matthew S (gb) wrote: I have a very strong opinion regarding this film. I think it is comic genius. Seriously, I get defensive.
Jas B (ru) wrote: very much likey likey
Thas J (au) wrote: beeeeem interessante.
Tina W (ru) wrote: a beautiful film of characters you get to love -it has comedy & sadness-watchout for biker child he 's a star. the teacher is amazing!
Kenneth H (mx) wrote: if 20 was the rating scale I'd rate this film a 70! by far great movie full of great performances Samuel L Jackson was absolutely amazing in this film!
Steve S (au) wrote: I was a little hesitant to watch this after reading the plot but was pleasantly surprised. Plenty of twists and mysteries to keep you guessing till then end.Well worth spending 99 mins watching this one even if only to see Ryan Phillippe. I highly recommend it...
Thrse F (au) wrote: Not interested in watching this.
Ben L (it) wrote: Compulsion is a film about a pair of hyper-intelligent boys who believe their higher mental capacity puts them above morals and the law. As a result they murder a young boy. This film is easily my biggest surprise of this month perhaps even this year. The story of these 2 boys and their struggle to avoid detection is fascinating particularly because they both have such inflated egos and can't resist the urge to brag or push themselves to do more. I cannot say enough about the acting performance of Dean Stockwell. Bradford Dillman does a fine job as the other perpetrator, but the way that Dean Stockwell plays the character of Jud is so nuanced and interesting. He idolizes (perhaps even loves) Artie, he does some mental jousting with the lawyers in the case, he even has a revelation at the end of the film that is played perfectly. Every other actor did a fine job in this film as well, I mean Orson Welles is in the movie, but there was just something about Stockwell's performance that blew me away. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that I always saw him as Al on Quantum Leap or some over-the-top villain like in Battlestar Galactica, so to see him play a role with such subtlety was a revelation.The choices the cinematographer made were also great. A lot of interesting shots, particularly on the key piece of evidence that kept you in the story. They did some nice tricks with the editing as well that made the passage of time trackable. While we only had a couple hours of film it was easy to see that the characters were experiencing a much longer passage of time. I'm trying not to delve into spoilers because this is a movie I highly recommend people check out for themselves, but if you have no interest or have already seen the film continue reading. Spoilers start here: Suffice it to say the boys get caught in their crime and about halfway or even two-thirds of the way through the film it shifts into this courtroom drama. It's not a heavily detailed case, and I'm sure it's loaded with lots of innaccuracies in procedures, but it's extremely engaging. Orson Welles, unsurprisingly, just steals the movie from this point on. His tactics are brilliant, and we get a genuine feel for how exhausted and world-weary he is by the end of the film. Then he breaks into a speech, and this is one for the history books. It feels like he's going on for about 15 minutes straight without stopping. By the end he has made one of the most convincing arguments against the death penalty that I have ever heard. I have to imagine even the most cynical and hardened person would struggle to say these boys should be executed when he's done with his argument.What I found so excellent about Compulsion is the way they structured the story. The murder of the little boy doesn't happen for us to see, in fact we never see the boy at all. This makes it so the story is all focused on the 2 boys who committed the crime. They also have an extended sequence of the boys trying to cover up their crime and avoid detection. This is different from most courtroom dramas that want to rush to the criminal case. There was very little I didn't like about this film and I hope that this review will encourage others to give Compulsion a try because I feel it was ahead of its time.
Robyn M (mx) wrote: Christmas during the Golden Ages with the Rat Pack!
Matthew S (au) wrote: This slight movie is not without some charm. And it benefits a great deal from Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell. Unfortunately the charm does not outweigh the strength of the script.
Emod L (nl) wrote: 70%Disturbing and unsettling, One Hour Photo benefits from Robin Williams's diversity as an actor, as well as as a tight script and freaky imagery.